Ok, so I seem to have fumbled a bit. I wrote the url to the folder I had
checked out my repository to, with that sorted out the "sharing" of my
2007/7/30, Mark Phippard <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 7/30/07, Rikard HultÚn <email@example.com> wrote:
> > In the process of sharing a project via the "share project"-wizard I
> > selected the svn repository, then in the "Enter Folder Name"-part of the
> > wizard I choose "Use specified folder name:" and hit the browse-button
> > the textfield empty, i get a "Folder '' does not exist remotely." error,
> > when clicking OK it just comes back and I have to close eclipse from the
> > taskmanager.
But non the less, the fact that I got this popup-alert that would not go
away is not desirable.
Browse should be browsing the repository you selected in the previous
> page. It sounds like the URL for that repository does not exist. For
> example, you might have entered the URL for the repository as:
> And now trunk does not exist.
> Generally, I would recommend that you enter the URL to the root of the
> repository when defining a connection.
> > Im using Windows Vista Business, Eclipse 3.3.0, subclipse 1.2.2 and
> > subversion 1.4.4
> > (This is my first posting on a maillist ever, so be gentle.)
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Received on Mon Jul 30 22:50:40 2007